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  • Alamogordo, New Mexico

    Alamogordo / White Sands Koa

  • Albuquerque, New Mexico

    Albuquerque Koa

  • Albuquerque, New Mexico

    Capulin Spring Picnic Site

    Overview Capulin Spring is a well-loved recreation spot. It accommodates fifty people. This picnic site is surrounded by heavily wooded land that affords shade to escape the heat of the day. The sp...

  • Bent, New Mexico

    Aspen Group Area

    Overview At an elevation of almost 9,000 ft., campers at the Aspen Group Area can expect cool, crisp, mountain breezes coming off the steep Sacramento Mountains - perfect for an escape from the sco...

  • Bernalillo, New Mexico

    Albuquerque North / Bernalillo Koa

  • Carlsbad, New Mexico

    Carlsbad Koa

  • Catron County, New Mexico

    Cozy Behr Cabin

    This charming and historic cabin was once a bunkhouse. Legend even has it that notorious outlaw "Billy the Kid" slept here during his years in Alma in the 1880s. After all, his stepdad William Antr...

    From $95/night

  • Cedar Crest, New Mexico

    Cienega Picnic Site

    Overview Beautiful, shady, cool and green are just a few words that recreationists have used to describe the Cienega Group Picnic site. It is fairly flat, accessible, semi-private and accommodates ...

  • Oso Corredor Trail

    Doc Long Picnic Sites A And B

    Overview Doc Long Picnic Sites is named for Dr. William Henry Long. He was one of three forest pathologists in the USA who conducted pioneering research of tree diseases.Doc Long, worked in New Mex...

  • Cedar Crest, New Mexico

    Nine Mile Picnic Site

    Overview **Nine Mile Picnic Site is currently closed for improvements**If you are looking for a quiet, relaxing, cool spot with a slight breeze, Nine Mile Picnic Site could be just what the doctor ...

  • Chamisal, New Mexico

    Old Gem Farm Camp

    Canvas glamping tent on 7 acre working farm surrounded by Carson National Forrest. Secluded treed camping area nestled between Trampas River and historic acequia in idyllic Trampas canyon. Composti...

    From $88/night

  • Chamisal, New Mexico

    Old Gem Lodge

    Nestled in the mouth of the canyon, the "Old Gem Lodge" is the cozy, secluded cornerstone of this enchanting 7-acre farmstead. The main building is an open floor plan with picture window views of T...

    From $144/night

  • Trampas Trail

    Sunny Strawbale Studio

    We are set back about a 1/2 mile down an unmaintained dirt road in the mouth of the canyon. Be prepared for bumpy and possibly muddy conditions. 4-wheel-drive required in Winter.Old Gem Farm is a q...

    From $52/night

  • Trampas Trail

    Three Sisters Tipi

    Sleep, drum, & dream between the flowing acequia and Three Sisters Garden of corn, beans, & squash. Additionally, the tipi is lit by solar lighting and does not feature electricity. Also, a...

    From $66/night

  • Trampas Trail

    Creekside Glamping

    Secluded treed camping area nestled between two creeks in idyllic Trampas Canyon. Composting toilet, Full bed, hammock, good vibes. An additional tent site is available for parties of three or four...

    From $59/night

  • Cloudcroft, New Mexico

    Black Bear Group Area

    Overview Black Bear is perched atop the scenic Sacramento Mountains of south-central New Mexico, near Alamogordo and Cloudcroft. The site is surrounded by the aromatic pine trees and aspen groves o...

  • Cloudcroft, New Mexico

    Upper Fir Group Area

    Overview Upper Fir Group Area is one of the most popular campsites in the Sacramento Mountain area. Unique to its neighboring campgrounds, it's set far back from public roads, allowing for true pe...

  • Cloudcroft, New Mexico

    Lower Fir Group Area

    Overview Lower Fir Group Area is a high-energy and highly popular group campground in the Sacramento Mountain area. The site is set away from public roads, so that outside noise is non-existent, l...

  • Cochiti Lake, New Mexico

    Cochiti Area

    Overview Cochiti Recreation Area is located in Sandoval County, New Mexico, within the boundaries of the Pueblo de Cochiti Indian Reservation. The lake offers two public recreation areas: Cochit...

  • Cochiti Lake, New Mexico

    Tetilla Peak

    Overview Tetilla Peak Recreation Area is located in Sandoval County, New Mexico, within the boundaries of the Pueblo de Cochiti Indian Reservation. The lake offers two public recreation areas: C...

  • Colfax County, New Mexico

    Cimarron Campground

    Overview Cimarron Campground is located in the scenic Valle Vidal within Carson National Forest in northern New Mexico, at an elevation of 9,300 feet. The sites are tucked among spruce, aspen and f...

  • Datil, New Mexico

    Datil Well Recreation Area Campground

    Datil Well Recreation Area Campground includes one of 15 water wells along the old Magdalena Livestock Driveway. The old cattle trail was established in the 1800s and stretched 120 miles from Sprin...

  • El Prado, New Mexico

    Serene Adobe Home W/ View: Near Slopes, Taos Plaza

    •• Beginning July 1, 2020, visitors arriving in New Mexico must self-quarantine for two weeks or the length of their stay, whichever is shorter. Please check local regulations for more details. •••...

    From $113/night

  • El Prado, New Mexico

    Casa Feliz At Historic Lumina Gardens

    •• Beginning July 1, 2020, visitors arriving in New Mexico must self-quarantine for two weeks or the length of their stay, whichever is shorter. Please check local regulations for more details. •••...

    From $85/night